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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Found the rear defroster wiring and installed on to switch on new bezel. In the process found the back upper - lower two screws for the IP/Gage cluster missing.

Moved and reinstalled the transmission "power" switch.

Cleaned and polished the "C6" exhaust tips. Wow they are either chrome or stainless, not brown and black.
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Double post. Darned old dell slow compter. A true POS.

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I fired it up for the first time in almost ten years!

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I started it up, backed it out of the storage unit, and let it run for a while as I moved a couch out of the storage unit...then, I pulled it back in.
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Repainted rear bumper cover. (Kicked up a quart of brake fluid while rebuilding the rear calipers several months ago.) Re - wet sanded, compound, polished & waxed the entire car. Now it's raining AGAIN. Guess I'll be washing her when I get back home!!!!

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Washed, waxed, vacuum, Armor All, extreme rim cleaning, dew wipes, lube all mechanicals inside the window and lock mechanisms...result of a day!!!
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Fixed my horn. Found the terminal in the fuse block for the horn fuse was corroded and not making good contact. Now the horn and cigarette lighter works.
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Opened the trunk this morning to find water drops coming from the forward most nuts to the rear spoiler. Got home this evening and put some sealer in to stop the water leak. Old cars, sometimes are great and sometimes are a true burden. Bought my car in January and I am finding new things daily that need to be addressed. Getting to old for this crap.
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I repainted my front bumper and wing and then the rest of my molding in gloss black.

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I am getting ready for a heater core replacement. The how too helped out a lot,thanks. Lots of fluid inside air box.
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Got my rear wing installed today that I got from "OldLar".
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I pulled the Grand Am brakes off of Frankencar in the first act of carnibalism so that he can live on in FrankencarToo.

I installed the brakes and wheels over onto the 85,000 mile GT.
I also moved my Rodney Dickman hood strut over, and will be doing the upper intake manifold and several sensors from the old Frank to the new Frank.

Oh, and I got the car registered, and moved the MN Collector Custom plates over.

The original Frankencar has a frame that is so badly rusted that the front cradle mounting points and lower B-pillar mounting pads that are welded to the passenger compartment are separating...
The teardown and scrapping begins.
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-Removed spare tire, jack, and jack mount to scrub front compartment; re-installed everything.
-Loosened exhaust U-clamp nuts so that when new tips are installed later this month the shop doesn't destroy the exhaust hangers with their impact wrench.
-Polished hood strut with wire cup brush.
-Found a small coolant leak in front of driver side rear wheel - just had to tighten a hose clamp.
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Picked up my car with my new F23 getrag swap Shifts and drives MUCH better now! Spec Stage 3+ clutch.

Also finished up version 2 of the LED tail lights I'm working on:



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Got a bit more work done on the engine swap



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Buy it.
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A LOT:



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While on vacation at Secret Silversands I was able to catch up with the forum. I feel so motivated that when I do get home I might even do something to my car. Thanks guys.

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Test install of my new custom wing stands on my project car.





Still have to repaint wing, but that's down the road a ways anyhow.

Need to work on the custom tail light mod to complete this look.... tbc

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Didn't do anything today. Or yesterday really. Well, I did stuff three young ladies in the passenger seat (almost, one of them, and she did smell rather nice and had rather nice legs, took a seat on the center console), giving them a lift in to town. I think the old 2M4 enjoyed that

Fierosmith: looks good, will have to keep that in mind if my fiero goes where I planned six years ago

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Fierosmith: looks good, will have to keep that in mind if my fiero goes where I planned six years ago


Thanks!

I've got better than 20 hours in building those... been dreaming of doing that for over two years now.

What takes some swaps so long, I've found is all the mini projects that spin off of the main projects. (ie, "well.... while I'm here......" ) LOL

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Took cover off, been on since October. Charged dead battery. Cleaned out the trash and leaves from the heater control resister and then changed out my heater core.
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I cleaned up all of the leftover ribbon, balloons and "Just Married" stuff from the GT, and then installed the new LeBra on the front end.

I then opened the trunk to get something and discovered a lot more helium filled balloons as they all rocketed upwards from the trunk.
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I cleaned up all of the leftover ribbon, balloons and "Just Married" stuff from the GT, and then installed the new LeBra on the front end.

I then opened the trunk to get something and discovered a lot more helium filled balloons as they all rocketed upwards from the trunk.


No, no no! Your supposed to be taking off "Le Bra"! Congrats on your wedding by the way.

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Harry test fitting his new nose !

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Yesterday, the RottinIndy got freshly rebuilt headlight motors on both sides. Rebuilds were performed by the master, Charles Sewell. Thanks Charles!!!!! next project for her....New PONTIAC windscreen stickers from Fioero Sails (style 3) to replace the cracking ones that on on her.
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Today: New washer motor and wiper blades. Not sure what happened to it but washer motor went kaput. New blades this time of year every year so it made snse to do both at the same time.
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Today a simple swap but for an Old Muscle Car Thumper guy I put in the HURST SHIFTER WITH WHITE 5 SPEED KNOW. DAMN IT LOOKS GOOD.
Yah I know it is just the arm but it looks like it is a true Hurst short throw super shifter!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Such a simple thing...but makes such a huge difference.

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Added MP3 to my Monsoon Pontiac CD player. Worked great.
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Made a replacement for the front support strut to replace the original that was just about rusted completely through.


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Rebuilt the TBI. New gaskets and cleaned it up.

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Spent six hours yesterday finding out why the only place I can find to reseal two 3 piece centerline wheels wants to charge me $500 bucks for the job (oh and I would have to send them to Texas). The seal was bad, after a company (which shall for now remain nameless) in the Chicago area, was supposed to have done the job. I didn't want to take them back there because they screwed them up 3 times before I finally gave up on them. So as I spent 6 hours with scalpels, knives, scrapers, and wire wheels to remove the bad seal I found out why it failed. I found some pieces of the original seal material from the 80s, a different seal material where a reseal had been attempted later, and the seal material that the company in Chicago had squirted in on top of the pieces of the first two ( even though they assured me that they would remove tho old seal and re-seal them). And to make matters worse, they spray painted the inside of the rim, silver before they squirted in the sealant (which doesn't stick to spray paint very well. Now I'm ready to do a final clean out of the seal grooves with some residue free brake cleaner and an air gun. I've curved a large gauge hypodermic needle to reach into the front groove and have another straight one for the inside groove and will hopefully get the sealant squirted in this week.
After one wheel was done, I thought "man, I should find a moron to pay to do this!", but then I remembered, "Oh Yeah, I already did that and look how it turned out."
I"VE GOT BLISTERS ON ME FINGERS!

Find out how I did at the 30th. Will I have centerlines or OE rims on my Indy at the show?
See you all there,
Mark

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I had to buy a new battery today since my car died about a half mile down the road.
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New FRONT & REAR GLASS:

Al from Safelite came by and put in my new Front and Rear Glass:



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Running warm on Sunday and had a green leak drip front side drivers rear tire. Up on jack stands as high as I could - replaced the four major hoses rad to pipes - pipe to engine (had a pin hole in the return line hose). What a pain in the A$$ !. Flush and fill - change stat. Nothing is more fun than the pipe to engine hose clamp behind the AC. What a design.
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Running warm on Sunday and had a green leak drip front side drivers rear tire. Up on jack stands as high as I could - replaced the four major hoses rad to pipes - pipe to engine (had a pin hole in the return line hose). What a pain in the A$$ !. Flush and fill - change stat. Nothing is more fun than the pipe to engine hose clamp behind the AC. What a design.


It was done just to annoy you Steve!
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Hello friends,
I have never had the nerve to post what I have been doing, since I am not nearly the mechanic or fabricator that many of you are. I have really learn a great deal from your posts over the years, and gotten a lot of great ideas. Anyway, I thought I would show what's been going on here. Today, I have been working on finishing up the wiring for my gauges for my 4.9 before I work on the bracket for the throttle cable. Anyway, I know it still looks pretty messy, but here's how things are now.
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Nothing today since I got my bad news yesterday from the Doctor that I need to go on Oxygen and possibly a Lung Transplant in the near future.
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